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Edition No. 162

Date:- 07 August 2004

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Written by Caren Clark
WRITTEN for week starting Saturday 7 August to Friday 13 August of TV & Satellite Week magazine
1. Working the Thames Discovery, Saturday 6pm. NEW SERIES. 
    Best known for the Carling Black Label ads, comedy duo Mark Arden and Stephen Frost travel from the source of the to its estuary into the North Sea and meet the various people who make their living from the river.
2. Fifa Fever Bravo, Saturday & Sunday from 2pm.
    With the new football season on its way, FIFA celebrates its centenary with  a look back at the golden goals, greatest matches and best players from 100 years of the beautiful gam.e.
3. Without a Trace Channel 4, Monday 10pm. NEW SERIES. 
    A welcome return for the critically acclaimed series about a dedicated missing persons task force. The first episode sees the team. on the hunt for a school bus and 13 kidnapped pupils. Anthony LaPaglia stars.
4. The Sopranos E4, Tuesday 10pm. NEW SERIES. 
     Billed as the penultimate run for the mobster dram.a, the new series  sees Tony and Carmela trying to come to terms with their separation, while Steve Buscemi joins the cast next week.
5. Line of Fire E4, Tuesday 11pm. NEW SERIES. 
    Last seen as Jack Bauer’s murdered wife Terri in 24, Leslie Hope is fighting back in her new role as the tough head of an elite FBI operation determined to put a ruthless crime boss behind bars.
6. Nip/Tuck Channel 4, Wednesday 10pm. REPLAY.
    Another chance to catch the first series of the darkly comic dram.a starring Julian McMahon and Dylan Walsh as Miam.i plastic surgeons with a host of lucrative but troublesome clients.
7. Cheating at Athens - Is It Worth It? Channel 4, Thursday 9pm.
    With the Olympics getting underway, this timely experiment follows 23 volunteers over six weeks as they undergo various tests to exam.ine the true effects of anabolic steroids on athletic performance.
8. Six Feet Under E4, Thursday 10pm. NEW SERIES. 
    As the dysfunctional Fisher clan return, widowed Nate is having problems with Lisa’s fam.ily following her death, while Claire has news for Russell and sparks fly between Brenda and her new neighbour.
9. Olympic Opening Ceremony BBC1, Friday 6.35pm.
    Athletes from around the world are gearing up to prove their mettle as the return to their spiritual home in Greece for the 28th Olympiad.
10. Borat’s Television Channel 4, Friday 9.30pm.
      Fresh from wowing audiences and critics Stateside, Sacha Baron Cohen rests his most fam.ous comic creation Ali G to give Kazakhstan's premier journalist a turn in the spotlight.
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